WHSS launches Cleaning & Hygiene Zone

Friday, 17 March, 2023

WHSS launches Cleaning & Hygiene Zone

The organisers of the Workplace Health & Safety Show (WHSS) have launched the Cleaning & Hygiene Zone — a dedicated precinct within the show, focused entirely on workplace hygiene and cleaning products. Jonathan Wilczek, Event Director of the Cleaning & Hygiene Zone, said the precinct is a great opportunity for Australia’s cleaning and hygiene companies to exhibit their products and solutions alongside SC Johnson Professional and other leading brands, and to help Australia’s workplaces meet their health and safety obligations.

Designed for purchasers of industrial workplace cleaning and hygiene products for corporations, manufacturing, construction, health, aged care and education environments, this zone will also feature large industrial sweepers and vacuums. Traditionally, C-Suite decision-makers and facility managers, as well as health and safety professionals across many industrial verticals, have visited the WHSS in Sydney, and the show team believes that the additional show in Brisbane will be well-received, too.

“The recent implementation of the Work Health and Safety Bill puts Australia’s Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) managers on their toes. As such, we anticipate that this year’s WHSS will attract large audiences of professionals, seeking the latest information, products, equipment and innovations to make compliance easier,” Wilczek said.

Covering everything from the latest in personal protective equipment and safety software to the prevention of hazards and new safety technology, the Workplace Health and Safety Show features live demonstrations, free seminars and networking opportunities.

The Workplace Health & Safety Show will take place at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from 31 May to 1 June 2023, and later at the Sydney Showground from 20 to 21 September 2023.

For more information or to register, visit: https://www.whsshow.com.au/.

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